Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.
Huh? You might be confused by the claim, but it is actually true. Sometimes, too much communication may actually heighten the stress your employees are experiencing, especially if you are trying to reiterate a deadline to beat. Andy Core, a professional keynote speaker would like you to understand that keeping your employees away from stress will help them produce a better quality of work.
An employee knows what a deadline is and that he’s definitely working to ensure that things are executed well. However, when someone continuously seeks for an update, especially during the hours wherein the employee is trying to clear his mind, is undoubtedly unhealthy as it causes panic and stress. Though work may be delivered, you have to double check. You may surely see a number of errors and hanging messages when employees are unduly stressed.
Getting updates is surely not a bad thing to do, especially if your employee has no capabilities of beating the deadlines. However, doing it almost every hour will make your employee feel overly stressed, which may result in bumping his head on the wall in frustration. Be considerate and find other alternatives so that both of you will be working hand-in-hand.
There are strategies you can execute to receive the quality you want, without sacrificing the deadline. If possible, you could even tone down the assignments of work you are requiring your employee to work on. Being stressed is something your employee should not experience or the progress of your business will be taken aback.
So, listen to Andy Core, a professional keynote speaker, and be moved by his insightful messages.
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